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with the murder of a virginia man will return to court for a month and a half for another hearing. they entered not guilty pleas yesterday to charges they shot and killed 45-year-old man during a robbery in july. he was in the bay area for a job interview at google. another pick of him here. the two are charged with murder and robbery. police say the couple took $17 during the robbery. >>> petaluma woman was passed out from tequila while her toddler got out of the house. they found the barefoot girl a mile from home. they have uncovered information not included in the initial police report about the mother, 23-year-old that led them to drop the charges against her. >> it appears that an armed robbery in vallejo this month may have been an inside job. two male employees of the park are under arrest. they found a lot of cash in their homes linking them to the robbery. >> the sound of disaster. >>> radio calls of san bruno's first responders had a water shortage and faulty information. >> plus, the family of an imprisoned u.c. berkeley graduate what they are saying you want some fiber one honey cl
in ashburn, virginia. here the investigators say they plan to reassemble the pieces and te the components in an effort to unrstand exactly what led to last week's explosion and fire. the ntsb said a final report on that blast could take a to complete. and you can find fire dispatch audio recordings from the night the fire brokeout as well as resources for residents and infmation on how to help. on our website at abc7news.com. well, students at an elementary school in san bruno are being sent home for the day after reports of a gas smell in the school rattled a lot of nerves. police and firefighte chose to evacuate the childr after getting the first report of a gas smell this morning. pg&e investigators now belie the smell was the result of a heater being turned on after not having been used for a while. students moved off to miles drive where parents are arriving to pick them up antake them home. >> the danger has just ended at a prestigious hospital in baltore, maryland. a gunman who shot a doctor at johns hopkins hospital has just been shot and killed by police. all the developments fro
about the economy with local families in albuquerque, des moines and richmond, virginia. also getting help from another heavy hitting on the campaign trail. emily schmidt has more. >> at the end of september, politics. feels like november. >> you ought to be there for him on election day. >> heavy hitters are campaigning in races that would have been a cinch in the past. democrat barney frank has been in congress for 30 years but this year republicans are threatening to take back control of the hill. >> when we don't have people trying to make things work and trying to obstruct, we can provide the economy this country deserves. >> before they have a right to be angry, they have a right to be disappointed but they still have to make a choice. a referendum is a choice between two candidates. >> bill clinton stumped in two states this weekend. he hit four states he won in the past. >> it means there's no such thing as a state's state for democrats this year. no such thing as a dark blue state. no such thing as a safe slam dunk election. >> both parties are focussed on the economy and who
stemming from the fatal shooting of a virginia man in downtown oakland two months ago. george huggins, 24, and his girlfriend, 33-year-old althea housley, are charged in connection with the thought death of 45-year-old jinghong kang, who was visiting the bay area for a job interview at google. he was killed at about 11:30 p.m. on july 18 during an apparent robbery as he walked with a friend to his car.oakland police said huggins and housley allegedly took $17 from him during the robbery.huggins and housley, are scheduled to return to alameda county superior court on nov. 1 for a pretrial hearing. >> 6:21 a.m. are rumors sickout would start today and last until friday but according to the agency spokesperson it is our right now if it happens they are prepared to deal with the the union representing the operators say there is a flyer that may be circulated out there there's no way it is sanctioned by the union if it is out there. san francisco is working on working on a ban for selling cigarettes in a pharmacy. they agreed unanimous unanimously to send the vote to ban. in may the first city
, virginia. here the investigators say they plan to reassemble the pieces and test the components in an effort to understand exactly what led to last week's explosion and fire. the ntsb said a final report on that blast could take a year to complete. and you can find fire dispatch audio recordings from the night the fire broke out as well as resources for residents and information on how to help. on our website at abc7news.com. well, students at an elementary school in san bruno are being sent home for the day after reports of a gas smell in the school rattled a lot of nerves. police and firefighters chose to evacuate the children after getting the first report of a gas smell this morning. pg&e investigators now believe the smell was the result of a heater being turned on after not having been used for a while. students moved off to miles drive where parents are arriving to pick them up and take them home. >> the danger has just ended at a prestigious hospital in baltimore, maryland. a gunman who shot a doctor at johns hopkins hospital has just been shot and killed by police. all
but one game was watched with more interest than most. boise-virginia tech game gave a glimpse in the future. david louie went to a sports bar where the game was televised in 3-d. >> they are not the most stylish glasses but its status symbol. they got 3-d tv set. >> the perspective is so great. it's like you can reach out and touch somebody. >> that is what we saw one customer trying to do. best buy says four companies are making them. the screens range from 42 to 55 inches and a 3-d set and dvd player and surround system can run from $2,000 to $6,000. >> the content is blend but awesome thing with all the 3-d tv you can see the 2-d action so blu-ray movies can be viewed on 3-d tv. >> special glasses also add to the cost. they run from up to $150. you have to buy additional ones for family and guest. 3-d tvs make up 1.4% of sales right now but they are expected to reach 40% in four years. some say they will postpone taking a plunge. >> we just saw the beginning of it. we're here to come out every six months like a cell phone with upgrades. >> you might want to hold off for a l
with murder of a virginia man will return to court for another hearing. they entered not guilty pleas to charges they shot a man during a robbery in july. he was in the bay area for a job interview with gool. they charged with murder and robbery. they say the couple took $17 from him during the robbery. >> a petaluma woman who was passed out from tequila after the toddler left the home, they have uncovered information not included in the initial police report about the mother, 23-year-old laura rendon. that led them to drop the charges against her. >>> bloomberg business report is straight ahead. >> this it appears it's a natural gas explosion. >> frantic radio calls at san bruno's first responders battle water shortage and faulty water shortage and faulty information barbara boxer. she fought to get our veterans the first full combat care center in california. her after school law's keeping a million kids off the street and out of gangs. and she's fighting every day to create new jobs. boxer: i'm working to make california the leader in clean energy, to jump-start our small businesse
. the latest on these stories at 6:00. >> the state of virginia has excused the first woman to face capital punishment in the u.s. in five years. 41-year-old theresa lewis died by lethal injection. she was convicted of enticing two men to shoot her son and husband while sleeping. she apologized before her execution. >> a ruling of a federal judge could throw out the "don't ask, don't tell" policy once and for all. the judge ruled it was unconstitutional two weeks ago and could issue an injunction on the ban on openly gay troops but the obama administration filed motions yesterday to block such an injunction. the white house says the legal filing follows government procedure and does not detract from the president's efforts for congress to throw out the "don't ask, don't tell." >> the faa, a u.s. airway jet is the yellow line in this animation. the red line is a cargo plane that took off on a parallel runway almost the same time. the planes were in thick cloud cover and didn't see each other but came so close as you can see the u.s. airways pilot to hear the cargo plane passing him. >> off t
. >>> a woman in virginia was the first woman executed in the united states in five years. 41-year-old teresa louis was put to death by lethal injection at the greensville correctional center last night. she was convicted of airpging the deaths of her husband and stepson to get $250,000 in life insurance mon. >> italy will no longer useful body scanners at airports. after a six month investigation their government is scrapping the program deeming the use of the machines slow and ineffective. >>> a u.s. astronaut and two russian cosmonauts will be at least one day late returning to earth. they were already aboard the capsule supposed to bring them home when there was a problem opening hooks and latches. that is the second problem in three months with docking or undocking russian spacecraft at the station. >> thai 6:47. palo alto based facebook apologizes for the worst teg enology outage in four years. a lot of facebook users could not get to their account for up to two and a half hours yesterday. 25% were getting a message that said failure. facebook said there was a problem with an error che
not guilty monday to murder charges stemming from the fatal shooting of a virginia man in downtown oakland two months ago. george huggins, 24, and his girlfriend, 33-year-old althea housley, are charged in connection with the death of 45- year-old jinghong kang, who was visiting the bay area for a job interview at google. he was killed at about 11:30 p.m. on july 18 during an apparent robbery as he walked with a friend to his car.oakland police said huggins and housley allegedly took $17 from him during the robbery.huggins and housley, are scheduled to return to alameda county superior court on nov. 1 for a pretrial hearing. >> are rumored sit still for muni would start today and last snow friday. meany says if there is it does start they will be able to take care of it. the union says that there is a flyer it is not sanctioned. they're working on a vandyke tobacco sales at pharmacies. they agreed to send this ordinance to the full board the legislation passed in 08 made this city the first one in the nation to overhaul have it pharmacies from selling tobacco. >> when alcohol alcohol foggy
the weekend. >> in virginia city, jockeys rode camels as well as zebras and ostriches. never seen this before. one jockey admitted the animals went in whatever direction they wanted. this is the 51st annual event. more than 5,000 spectators attended this year. i love ostriches. >> did you ever see the family robinson when they are having the race, the old one, and he is riding the ostrich and zebra? that looked like fun. i don't think it's very comfortable though. >> just doesn't look right. >> no thank you. [ laughter ] >>> the publish of the "new york times" says the company will stop printing the newspaper someday. instead, it's going to charge people to read it online. and that brings to us our question of the day. >> all right. would you rather read the paper in print or online? kim on facebook says, i read mine online to save fuel and trees. >> then there is david who says i read both online and print. there are times i don't want to be looking at a computer screen. >> kevin from fairfield says, i would much rather read the news online. the newspapers stacking up in my driveway looks ve
staged again in a few minutes at a virginia hardware store. democrats not to be outdone have an event of their own later today rolling out those new provisions of the law that take effect today. college graduates can now remain on their parents insurance until age 26. and patients with major health conditions can no longer be denied coverage. here's both sides talking about it. >> all these things are designed not to have government more involved in health care, they're designed to make sure that you have basic protections in your interactions with your insurance company. >> the american people do not want this bill. they have never wanted it. mr. president, you forced it down their throat six months ago. >> reporter: six months after health reform passes and six weeks before election day, this health reform law still a huge hot button political issue. live in washington. scott mcfarland, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> some insurance companies are already finding ways to go around a key element of health care reform. anthem blue cross, cig in will no longer sell individual health care polic
publicity event in about half an hour at a virginia hardware store. democrats meantime today have press conferences of their own marking the anniversary the six month anniversary by announcing new provisions in health care reform that take effect today. college kids can now stay on parents' insurance after graduation until age 26. patients with major health conditions can no longer be denied coverage because of those conditions. we spoke with one u.s. house democrat who voted for the original draft of health reform then voted against the final version. he says the fate of this law remains very much unclear. >> this bill is one that no one really knows the full reprocushions come. >> reporter: a lot of action here in the next hour. we'll keep you posted when we rejoin you in about an hour. live in washington, scott mcfarland, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> all right. some health insurance companies are already finding ways to get around a key part of the health care reform that targets children. anthem blue cross will no longer sell individual health care policies covering children here in ca
in virginia and nearly one century. >> and in san quentin, and if that happens it will be the first since 2006, to execute a woman. ♪ >> into orbit at the story. the warming continues to mark-and a were big story, with a slight warming into tomorrow. with temperatures in the upper 90s, and 80 along the bay shore. 70's close to the coast. the heat will peak on monday with triple digits! and low 70's on the coast even though we are in the fall season is going to feel like summer. >> a new report card on the health of san francisco people was just posted. big differences between neighborhoods and ethnic. >> a little bit earlier, we brought you those details that took one year. san francisco on how many people were being born, and nominee vegetables. more startling statistics coming out of this statistic. 800 pedestrians were hurt/killed. and either just walking around the city. and that neighborhoods like chinatown, the financial district, market, civic center and also that the death rate has fallen. for all san francisco thi residency except for africa- americans. and with lack of health care,
woman executeded in the u.s. in five years was put to death late last night in virginia. 41-year-old theresa lewis died by injection at the greenville correctional center. she was convicted of hiring two men to shot her husband and son while they were sleeping so she could collect on a million dollar life insurance payout. she apologized it the moments before the execution. the first time they have executed a woman in a century. >> dugard expected back in court possibly to enter an insanity plea. phillip garrido's attorney may announce her client is mentally incompetent to stand trial. if the judge agrees to order a mental evaluation, it will put an immediate stop to the proceedings and could delay the case for years. both garrido and his wife nancy have pleaded not guilty. if garrido's found incompetent, he will be sent to a state medical facility until he is competent to stand trial. >> police at san jose city college have added extra patrols and warning women to be extra aware of their surroundings this morning. that follows an assault on a female student tuesday afternoon on
in just a few minutes. >>> okay. thank yo. >> virginia has executed an inmate. she was put to death by lethal injection last night. the 41-year-old woman was found guilty of arranging to have two men kill her husband and stepson. the motive a $250,000 life insurance payment. lewis' lawyer said she was borderline mentally disabled. there were more than 7,000 appeals to stop her execution. >>> a federal judge is expected to announce today whether california can execute convicted killer albert brown. officials at san quentin say the state's refurbished death chamber will be ready for a planned execution next wednesday if the judge lifts the moratorium on capital punishment. federal judge jeremy fogel and san jose had blocked executions in 2006 because the state's legal injection method caused great physical pain. state lawyers say the new death chamber better staff training and new lethal injection regulations have addressed that. >>> carly fiorina's first general election tv ad is out. she is taking aim at barbara boxer using video that's made the rounds on youtube. >> you know, do me
, an arlington virginia. and president obama, and former first lady, laura bush holding a remembrance ceremony at the pentagon. let us take a listen. >> but we will have that after the break, we will be right back. as governor, he cut waste got rid of the mansion and the limo budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created. california was working. i'm jerry brown. california needs major changes. we have to live within our means; we have to return power and decision making to the local level-closer to the people and no new taxes without voter approval. jerry brown the knowledge and know-how to get california working again. biopsy and i had high-risk prostate cancer. i was depressed. i was shocked. sometimes cancer makes you feel very lonely. the doctors can do their best to cure the cancer, but it takes all of the other stuff to make you a whole person again. i've been given a second chance. announcer: at sutter health, our story is you. for more stories, visit sutterhealth.org. ♪ >> we are back at 7:20 f
sheriff's office says on saturday night, 45-year-old virginia merney was with her husband and friends on a patio boat docked behind her home. her husband said he went to bed leaving her alone on the boat. he said when he woke up sunday morning, he found his wife in the water. the sheriff's office says it appears they were drinking but they don't know if that contributed to the death yet. mixed news for oakland school districts, it's the most improved largest district in california. >>> and a routine police activity ends up breaking up a large i.d. theft ring in the north bay. they can make all the difference for the child who finally solved that math problem... for the student who always dreamed about college... or the debate club that won state. they are teachers and school professionals providing our children the individual attention that means results... working with parents as partners to improve learning... building stronger public schools for all of us. the california teachers association-- giving every child the opportunity to succeed. >>> taking a live look at the board on wal
headlines the two suspects charged with fatally shooting a virginia man back in july have pleaded not guilty. 24 year-old jordan's and althea house we are charged with the murder of 45 your gene hunt can he was singing the bay area for a job interview when he was killed in a street mugging they stole $17 during the robbery they will be back in court on november 1st. we agree to take a break, a live look from san bruno where the investigation continues into the gas line explosion that happened last thursday killing four people will have a live report coming up. and we're back our top story the investigation into the gas line in scores in the national transportation safety board has ruled dead at least one possible cause of that last they say the pipes that were laying underneath the gas line did not contribute to the blast. federal investigators are also looking at documents and visiting control and monitoring sites if they're also looking and valves that have been preserved for evidence and they're conducting interviews not only with residents and witnesses but also with pg&e employees seism
of the people effected. >>> today the virginia board of supervisors is expected to pass today the san francisco board of supervisors is expected to pass >> supporters of the alcohol tag held a protest in front of the wine store where newsom used to be a co-owner. critics say because of that he should stay out of the alcohol tax debate but newsom says there's no conflict of interest because he's divested all of his wine store properties in san francisco. >>> time now 8:06. sal they need your help this morning. >> well, today is the second day of that new express lane and a lot of people have been e- mailing me and tweeting me about that with their opinions and their comments and suggestions for improvement. i want to show you the maps because i circled the road sensors here on 680 southbound. you can see still very, very slow and some of the other freeways are slow as well. it's one of those things will some people have been humorous about their tweets that they've sent but a lot of slow traffic out there. still some adjustment period for that new express lane. if you look over to the left the
, virginia. house republicans nouncing a plan to -- announcing a plan to repeal the law. they would replace the law, in their words with a set of smaller changes to the system. >>> democrats. the nation's health secretary announcing new provisions. including allowing college students to stay on their parents' insurance, after graduation, until the age of 26. also, prohibiting insurance companies from denying coverage to those with preexisting health conditions. as for the push to help the health care law, republicans have picked up on this issue as a weapon for the campaigns. >> the policies coming out of washington are creating massive uncertainty for job creators on the american people are suffering as a result. >> reporter: republicans are calling their 2010 version of contract with america. it's a pledge to america. and it includes this call to repeal the six-month-old landmark health reform law. live in washington, scott mcfarlane. >>> some are looking for key ways to get around the healthcare reform. anthem blue cross and aetna will no longer sell single insurance policies for childre
tips. in july the murder of a virginia man applying for jobs in google. these two were arrested following this video been released to the public. as for why they are what more willing to help one cop told me people here are fed up with all the crime in the city. >> i would say in the last year. we've seen a big change in the community morning crime to stop. so they are willing to put themselves out there more than they used to. it's their community their kids, their fathers, their daughters being killed so the one step forward. in fact many tax tips are from those loved ones pushing community and of one's to have to come forward. they get rumors flying and then we get information. believe this to the witnesses and helps us all cases scared >> kron 4 news. >> decision 2010 news of field poll shows a majority of likely voters support the bill to legalize recreational marijuana used. 42 percent oppose it 9 percent undecided. luscious >> as you walk into the next big addition room attendees that the cannabis and have expos in the usual items appeared to grow pot and to smoke it. tuc
. emergency planners to the virginia story line has put its shelters on standby. there are forecast of seven on mortgages several hon problem of the team and does that have already fallen over the past week. the flood watches are in the fact uncrossed eastern carolina. some of the things going in washington congress has left the capital. members of the house have had at home to campaign for reelection after meeting long enough to vote on the continuing resolution to stop the government in operation with funds to do that to the next few months to avoid of free elections federal shutdown. top regulators will testify about how they're working to give financial overhaul bill some teeth. so it's effective. postal service getting attention there will be a verdict today about a day and what they're not they can raise the cost of the stamp by two sons. that would make it 46¢ to mail a letter. postal service lost and it is on a track to lose 7 billion over two years. 5:43 a.m. more headline straight ahead out of vallejo this is westbound 37 rate by 29 they have opened up the slow lane city nearby at
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